Tuesday, September 20, 2016
John McNay, professor of history and chair of the Department of History, Philosophy and Political Science at UC Blue Ash College.
“I would rather have peace than be president": Presidential Decisions for Peace.John T. McNay is professor of the history of U.S. Foreign Relations at the University of Cincinnati – Blue Ash where he teaches courses on World War II, the Cold War and World History. His most cited book is Acheson and Empire: The British Accent in American Foreign Policy (Missouri, 2001) and more recently, he edited The Memoirs of Ambassador Henry F. Grady: From the Great War to the Cold War (Missouri, 2009). In addition to his current project on presidential decisions for peace, he has begun work in the recently opened papers of John Paton Davies, the “China Hand” who lost his career during the McCarthy era.
- Stephen Depoe - Professor of Communication and Department Head, McMicken College of Arts and Sciences
- Emily Houh - Gustavus Henry Wald Professor of the Law and Contracts, College of Law
- Bert Lockwood - Distinguished Service Professor and Director of the renowned Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, College of Law
- Gregory Loving - Associate Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Social Sciences Department, UC Clermont College
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